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The Hazels, St Michael's, Knowsley 27/05/2022
Credit: Maureen Baines
The Hazels, Grade II listed building in St Michael's, Knowsley.

Built in 1764, it has been the residence of many wealthy people, including Christine & Constance Pilkington, of the Pilkington family, glass-makers, from St. Helens.

It was later used by C. F. Mott Teacher Training College, and then, Liverpool Polytechnic.

It was due to be re-developed by Marshalls, but this never happened.

So sad to see another beautiful building falling into ruin.
Item added : 27th May 2022
by Lilmo
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